4E is here to keep its readers hip and in the loop. So, if you haven’t already heard, the new word on block is “HAUNTING”. What is “haunting” you may ask? The new form of ghosting; haunting is when one breaks off the relationship without explanation or contact, but still communicates indirectly through social media. If ghosting wasn’t bad enough, haunting may be the ultimate low of our awkward relationship or “lack there of” culture.
So, what are some examples of haunting? 4E is here to help.
You were totally ghosted last weekend by let’s call him “Michael,” but you two are still friends on Snapchat. You thought everything was going great and you even had a Snapchat streak of 4 whole days! But, that is all long gone, as “Michael” has stopped all communication for a whole week. YET, HE STILL VIEWS YOUR STORY LAST NIGHT OF YOU EATING A CHICKEN QUESADILLA AT EPI!!! The sore reminder of him hurts the pit of your stomach. Delete your “Michael,” ladies!
Girls can ghost and haunt, too! You totally thought that you and let’s call her “Jessica” hit it off at that VIL A golf party. You even took her to Georgetown Cupcake for a casual date on a TUESDAY night!!! After which, you thought it appropriate to Facebook friend her. She accepts and you two see each other for three weeks. And by that, I mean you go home with each other for three consecutive weekends. When all of the sudden, you never hear from “Jessica” again and thus, you have been ghosted. Two weeks later, you see her name pop up on your notifications that she liked your new profile pic. Confused? You should be. It’s probably best to just unfollow or unfriend her as it’s still a sore subject among your bros.
4E hopes that after properly defining the word HAUNTING, you will now know that there can be something worse than ghosting.
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